Comms Connect 2019 Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Comms Connect – Melbourne
26-28 November 2019

The number one event for critical communications users and industry in the region

DMR Technology is well represented at this year's event. Presentations from the DMR Association and several other speakers will demonstrate the practicalities and growing use of DMR in the real world. If you are a professional communications user, a dealer, a manufacturer or a supplier then please make a date to attend. Comms Connect is the key source for vital information in all sectors. Join us and contribute to the debate to find solutions to key issues in the industry. Visit event organisers website >

Alistair Tibballs - (CSE Crosscom) - Comms Connect 2019

DMR Tier III — a global standard for critical communications.

DMR Tier III is succeeding across the globe in many industry sectors including public transport, utilities, mining and aviation. DMR is the world’s leading standard for professional digital mobile radio and is used in over 100 countries. Hear the benefits and solutions that DMR offers.

Presented on behalf of the DMR Association
Alistair Tibballs – General Manager, CSE Crosscom

27 November 2019 - 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Theatre 2

Other notable (Non Association) DMR technology centric presentations:

Jamie Bishop (Tait Communications) - Comms Connect 2019

Transport for London’s surface radio network digital transformation.

Transport for London Selected Tait Communications to deliver their Futureproof Digital Communications platform for Surface Transport Communications. The core project, a DMR Tier 3 system, with the migration of 9,300 vehicles, 80 base stations and 10 sites within 12 months.

Jamie Bishop General Manager — Transport, Tait Communications
27 November 2019 - 12:15 pm - 12:45 pm Theatre 3

Sam Fusullo (Norsat) - Comms Connect 2019

Is DMR over satellite the next solution?

This presentation is a backgrounder to DMR and satellite communication (SATCOM) technologies and then discusses the possibilities of DMR over satellite. In essence, DMR over satellite can combine the efficiency and convenience of a push-to-talk (PTT) radio network with the global accessibility of a satellite network. This technology is expected to permeate oil and gas, police, public safety and other sectors.

Sam Fasullo – Business Development Manager, Norsat
27 November 2019 - 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm Theatre 2